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LE Agencies Turning to Sex-Offender E-mail Alerts

December 16, 2010
The systems usually allow anyone to enter an address and get e-mails notifying them when a sex offender registers a home, work or school address near them.

Harris Corp. To Modernize California County's Public Safety Communications System

December 15, 2010
The Harris P25IP (Project 25 to the power of IP) VHF system will provide reliable coverage for first responders and public service agencies throughout the coastal county of 425,000 residents that spans more than 3,300 square miles.

Philips Releases SpeechExec 2.0 for BlackBerry Phones

December 15, 2010
Software update adds wireless network support and photo attachment capabilities to the company's mobile dictation service.

Oakland Police Firearms Sim Teaches Use of Force To Public

December 13, 2010
Oakland Police Chief Anthony Batts organized the events, which involved inviting the attendees into the department's firearms simulator to show training scenarios used to train officers.

California Cities Dropping Red-Light Camera Enforcement

December 13, 2010
An audit in Los Angeles revealed the program is costing the city money, because the city's share of the fine amount is only one-third of the citation.
View of the World Trade Center PATH Station and Ground Zero in a photo from April 2007. Photo via kyle simourd (Flickr).

NYPD Boss: 3,000 Cameras Will Help Secure World Trade Center

December 6, 2010
Addressing concerns that security measures on the project would be "Draconian," Kelly wrote that he would make no apologies for the measures because the site "remains a prime target of our enemies."
Photo courtesy of API Technologies.

L.A. Sheriff Using API's Video Aiming Device for Bomb Disposal

December 3, 2010
The Hawki video aiming device is attached to a disrupter and utilizes a camera and rangefinder to automatically place cross hairs on the robot operator's monitor. While approaching a target, the cross hairs adjust the aim point based on the range to the target to show the operator the true point of impact for their shot.

Online Tool Helps Indiana Agency Solve Residential Burglaries

December 3, 2010
LeadsOnline, a nationwide online system that records secondhand transactions, kept a record of the reported stolen items and alerted the police when several of the items turned up at a secondhand store. The information led police to one of the individuals involved in the theft ring.

Seattle Police Tweet Stolen Car Descriptions

December 2, 2010
The department began tweeting vehicle descriptions on Wednesday, beginning with a brown 1984 Toyota Camry sedan. Each tweet includes the warning, "Do not make contact. Call 911."

Connecticut Man Claims Officer 'Sexted' From His Phone

November 30, 2010
William Vasilakos, 39, filed the suit against officer Michael Presti, according to documents posted to The Smoking Gun. The department in investigating the claim.
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